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-157. 9. Rajeshwari, P. Kamath, M. Kundabala, S. Shenoy, V. Hegde, N. Thukral. An evaluation of horizontal depth of penetration of various irrigants into the dentinal tubules when used alone and in combination with diode laser: an in vitro study. - Journal of Interdisciplinary Dentistry, 4, 2014, № 3, 130-134. 10. Tuner, J., L. Hode. Тhe new laser therapy handbook. - Prima Books AB, Sweden, 2010. 11. Uzunov, Tz., Al. Gisbrecht, M. Nenchev. Investigation of He-Ne laser radiation passing through in teeth incisions. - Problems of Stomatology, 30, 2004, 109-112.

and powder of liquorice as active constituent influence on rheological characteristics of systems, J. Med. Plants Res. 6 (2012) 2567-2575; DOI: 10.5897/JMPR11.512. 8. M. C. Bourne, Food Texture an d Viscosity: Concept and Measurement, 2nd ed., Academic Press, San Diego 2002, pp. 87-89. 9. M. Žilius, K. Ramanauskienė and V. Briedis, Release of propolis phenolic acids from semisolid formulations and their penetration into the human skin in vitro, Evid. Based Compl. Altern. Med. (2013) Article ID 958717; DOI: 10.1155/2013/958717. 10. T. Kezutyte, T. Drevinskas, A

analysis. Physical methods (pp. 377–403). New York: Marcel Dekker. Bölenius, E., Rogstrand, G., Arvidsson, J., Thylén, L. & Stenberg B. (2006). On-the-go measurements of soil penetration resistance on a Swedish Eutric Cambisol. In Proceedings of International Soil Tillage Research Organization 17 th Triennal Conference (pp. 867–870). Kiel. Brady, N.C. & Weil R.R. (2002). The nature and properties of soils . Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall. Calderon, V.C.A., Martinez, M.L.J. & Giraldo Henao R. (2008). Spatial variability of soil properties and yield relationship in

line. This portion of the fabrics has normally a different structure than the main towel area, for decorative purposes. Figure 1 Double-fold hem used in this study. The selection of needles is normally based on experience, as was the case studied in this work, rather than on a direct, quantitative assessment of needle sewing performance. Measurement of needle penetration forces may provide support in choosing the most adequate needle, considering both the type and the size. In this study, the data obtained from the measurement of needle penetration forces in three

63; 595-599. Hucka, V. – Das, B. (1974) Brittleness determination of rocks by different methods. Int J Rock Mech Min Sci 11:389–392. DOI: 10.1016/0148-9062(74)91109-7. Jeong, H. Y. – Jeon, S. – Cho, J. W. (2012) A Study on Punch Penetration Test for Performance Estimation of Tunnel Boring Machine , Tunnel & Underground Space, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 144-156, Journal of Korean Society for Rock Mechanics. DOI: 10.7474/TUS.2012.22.2.144. Jeong, H. Y. – Cho, J.W. – Jeon, S. – Rostami, J. (2015) Performance Assessment of Hard Rock TBM and Rock Boreabili-ty Using Punch

). Sewability of denim. International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 9(2), 128-140. [5] Abdel Megeid, Z. M., Al-bakry, M., Ezzat, M. (2011). The influence of stitch length of weft knitted fabrics on the sewability. Journal of American Science, 7(8), 610-616. [6] Haghighat, E., Etrati, S. M., Najar, S. S. (2014). Evaluation of woven denim fabric sewability based on needle penetration force. Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabrics, 9(2), 47-60. [7] Haghighat, E., Etrati, S. M., Najar, S. S. (2013). Modeling of needle penetration force in denim fabrics

REFERENCES 1. Einav I., Randolph M. F. (2005): Combining upper bound and strain path methods for evaluating penetration resistance . International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 63(14), 1991-2016. DOI: 10.1002/nme.1350 2. Hossain M. S., Randolph M. F. (2009): Effect of strain rate and strain softening on the penetration resistance of spudcan foundations on clay . International Journal of Geomechanics, 9(3), 122-132. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)1532-3641(2009)9:3(122) 3. Hossain M. S., Randolph M. F. (2010): Deep-penetrating spudcan foundations on layered

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The Penetration of Fundamentalistic Principles through Sport in Conditions of Globalization?

The topic of this article unravels the dangers of penetration of fundamentalistic, political and ideological tendencies in the area of sport. It briefly analyzes the possibilities of sport abuse to realize the intention of some extremist groups. The infiltration of dangerous political attitudes to the sport is implemented through terrorism.

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The article discusses the possibility of armour penetration by PGU 14 API shells fired from the GAU-8/A cannon. The considerations focus on questions with regard to the probability of armour penetration with the initially established conditions in the project. In the analysis, the authors took into account three parameters: armour thickness, armour slope and target distance. Based on the initial parameters, the authors estimated the probability of armour penetration. The designed a fuzzy expert system in the MATLAB software as well as conducting simulation of its performance in the Simulink programmes. The authors presented the performance of the system based on twenty samples for research, which simulate different thickness of the target armour, different distance from the target and different slope of the armour. The authors presented control surfaces, due to which it is possible to analyse the system performance. They also show the simulation process in the Simulink software package with the preset values. On the basis of the created controller, it is clear that a well-developed system, which had undergone testing and optimization, is capable of calculating near reality probability values. The designed system might improve fire effectiveness of ground targets during air training and combat tasks, as well as optimizing the consumption of air-to-ground armour piercing (AP) shells.